Home DescriptionBartlett Bank HouseKevin Shaw2020-09-24T10:58:41-05:00
The Bartlett National Bank now serves as a quirky vacation rental. It has 2 bedrooms in the old banker office space, a kitchen in what was the old teller station with the antique teller walls still in tact, and bathrooms that have been added to fit the time period the Bank was built. The Bank Manager’s office now acts as a study and contains letters originally written in that very office in the early 1920’s. In one of them, the bank manager trys to release someone of their debt but can’t quite remember how much the debt was (you’d think that was his main job)! The old bank vaults serve as a pantry and wine cellar and one of them has pennies as flooring. The soaring ceilings are ornate and showcase the true beauty of this historic building built in the Beaux Arts style. It’s full of fun surprises at every turn!
The Bartlett National Bank is a one of a kind building in the most photographed town in Texas!
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